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Abbreviations and acronyms
About the author
Acknowledgements
I. Introduction
II. Fuelling the fre: the role of ammunition in Turkana North’s conficts
The structure of confict in the region and parties to it
The Turkana: between the hammer and the anvil
Livestock raiding among communities
The warrior paradox
The Dodoth and the Turkana
Other parties to the confict
III. Silent witnesses: a statistical analysis of ammunition distribution
Types and numbers of cartridges in the sample
The prominent types of ammunition in the region
Table 3.2 The 15 most prevalent types of ammunition in the sample
Mapping and statistical analysis of ammunition distribution
Evidence of within-country trade
Indications of transfer between state and non-state parties
IV. Weighing the evidence: statistical analysis vs. feld interviews
The supply of ammunition to Kenyan groups
The supply of ammunition to Ugandan groups
V. Spotlight on Kenya’s ammunition problem
The recent history of arms transfers in Turkana North
Supply, demand, and weapons prices in Lokichoggio Division
The weapons of Turkana North and the demand for ammunition
The Kenyan state’s role in ammunition transfers to the Turkana
Ad hoc sales: from the KPR to the Turkana
Retransfer: from the chiefs to the Turkana
Systematic distribution: from the Kenya Police to the Turkana
The questionable legality and wisdom of ammunition transfers
The state’s predicament
In proportion: Kenya’s domestic ammunition problem
From the Kenya Police to the Turkana
From Sudan to the Turkana
From Uganda to the Turkana
VI. Conclusion: prospects for Turkana North
Annexe 1: Collection and analysis of ammunition
Collecting the ammunition data
Analysing the ammunition data
Analysis methods
Comparison between groups
Homogeneity of ammunition stocks
Note
Annexe 2: Interviews conducted for the study
Annexe 3: Sudanese ammunition production
Evidence from the sample?
1960s to the mid-1980s
1996–97 onwards
Annexe 5: Some insights into ‘unmarked’ am- munition in the region
Annexe 6: Packaging marks
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